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regional power in india, that the united states may not appreciate in the long run. and, of course, the invasion of iraq has destroyed the iraq power, they're forgetting nuclear weapons. iran is the dominant conventional military force in the region. if the united states is there. the united states as its policies to withdraw from iraq, the potential for iran to fill the vacuum is extremely high. that in turn changes the balance of power, orderlies the political dynamic in the arabian peninsula. there are finally important decisions to be made. on the one hand, the united states must rebalance its global policy to deal with issues like russia, to deal with china and so on. at the same time the united states can't simply withdraw, it doesn't have the ability to simply exit and doesn't have an endgame in any of these areas. so we have a very powerful nation, much less possible it might be another circumstances because it's so off-balance. >> host: that's where i was really surprised in a way to look at where you're taking the consequences in that analysis. let's take those three that
in america and back to india or bali or whatever will be able to get enriched by these very beautiful art forms. >> thank you for watching "culture wire." and you can find more information
in india. the 16th century house of worship is one of the wealthiest religious institutions in the country leave night. investigators are still tallying up the total hall. extra police, needless to say, are on site guarding the treasure. . >> happy independence day, dave ross with you. the nats are hoping to enjoy this 4th of july holiday in style. taking on the cubs and hooking -- looking for fireworks and top of the 4th, the nats up 2- 1. the former that the, alfonso soriano and two on, two out and no problems and the bermuda triangle and coming around to score, the throw and davey johnson, that is not what inspires people. top of the 6th, facing him, one run scores and jayson werth limits the damage and carlos pena is toast, 4-2. the nats tie yet up at 4. and that former nat is up and running. watch danny espinosa and that three and a double play. we're going to extra innings. the bottom of the 10th, a run or third. carlos getting wild and worth coming -- werth coming on in with the game winner. nats win 5-4 in 10 innings. >> the thing i look about that game the most, we gave them the b
are offering about half that. >>> india. heavy rains triggering floods in more than 100 villages in the east. many rivers in the region overflowing. one villager says workers built a dam but that it did not help the situation. local reports indicate the area was suffering from extreme drought right before the rains hit. authorities say they are trying to protect other area from the high water. china. a deluge in a northwest province creating waterfalls that are now attracting lots of onlooker jses. it has been raining heavily in the area since friday. the flooding expected to last another few day. meanwhile, visitors can get nice paragraphs of the scene. that is a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >>> government officials in india making a new discovery beneath a centuries old temple. worth an unofficial $22 billion. the government now stepping up security at that temple. investigators recently opened four vaults that have been sealed for more than 100 year is. inside they found statues of gods made of solid gold and studded with precious stones. some social activists say
india to the western front. the famous lancers from germany when -- maybe i could get a glass of water or bottle of water or something if there is up with. if there is one. when the germans invaded france in 1914, they did so with eight cavalry divisions, 40,000 horses. and you can just imagine, you know, how little chance a massive cavalry charge had with, you know, in the age of modern weaponry. nonetheless, everybody practiced for the great cavalry charges like this british soldier who was drilling here. they anticipated a war that would almost be like knights in the armor, like a jousting competition. the idea of war -- thanks. the idea of war was very closely allied to images of sport like this. in fact, the first correspondent that the london daily mail sent to the front in 1914 was its sports editor. and, of course, when they tried to do these massive cavalry charges, they came up against barbed wire, not to mention the machine gun. and, of course, these ended the days of massive cavalry charges forever. and as a result of those two weapons, the barbed wire as a defensive weapon
committee. he says if we don't see this through -- >> china will try to do something very dramatic. india will. others will. perhaps the russians. and we will be left behind. >> china, augustine says, is moving ahead at lightning speed developing its space program. the man commanding the last shuttle flight worries, too. talk of trips back to the moon and on to mars have always been, well, just talk. >> mars is always 20 years in the future. it's been 20 years in the future for the last 30 years. i'd like to see how committed we are this time. >> i'm not doing too bad. >> no, you did good. >> back at the rock yard in houston, i wasn't going to let an opportunity to drive mike gernhart's vehicle pass me by. >> it gets a whole panpanorama. that's amazing. >> if america's priorities don't include space, it may be the only opportunity any of us get. >>> coming up -- is it time for commercial space? >> we want to see a future where we are exploring the stars, where we're going to other planets, where we're doing the great things that we read about in science fiction and in the movies. twenty-f
play the role of a talyst. and you know what, when i do my research in india and pakistan, i find people there telling me that you know the way forward is going to be that you people in the west, you muslims living in the west, in north america and europe, you guys might be pave approximating the way. i said really, do you really want us to show you the way, we have a different economic system, different experience. said you can say whatever you want but whatever light are you going to shine on kick-starting the tradition is going to help us. we might not take everything you say. but we are too caught up in our indonesian struggles. and the other thing, charlie that we have in this country. we have possibly the most extraordinary resources, literal resources on islam and muss lim societies that no other country in the world has. e lrary at chicago, harvard's major library, princeton's library has terials an literary resources in arabi, petitionian, turkish, in every language. we have experts that can tell y about details about practices of islam in indonesia to timbuktu. and but t
in india after a massive treasure discovery. jewel-encrusted solid gold statues, crowns, necklaces and coins, all worth at least, get this, $22 billion, have now been uncovered in the hindu temple near the country's southern coast. the temple had only been lightly guarded up until now. inspectors made the discovery after the government was asked to take over the temple. every year, devout hindus donate cash, gold and silver toward the temples. >>> miss brazil says someone robbed her at gunpoint right in front of her home. deborah lira says a well-dressed man with a gun walked up to her as she pulled to her condo yesterday. he took her purse which had her cell phones and credit cards. she says he even took the car, which she won when she won the pageant in 2010. she tweeted, quote, for how long will these criminals keep doing this? i was just robbed at the entrance to my house. she passes her title to the new miss brazil later this month. >>> still ahead at 4:00, what y? >>> exxonmobil is under fire once again following a major oil spill in montana's yellowstone river over the weeke
to the temples for the festival of india. the annual event promotes global harmony and unit. >>> the duke and duchess of cambridge are making their way across canada. we have the latest on their royal visit to north america. >>> the fourth of july and fireworks go hand in hand. we have tips to keep you safe wile you enjoy this holiday weekend. >>> duke and duchess of cambridge continue their royal tour of canada. despite demonstrations, it seemed to go off without a hitch. but they faced larger competition, big crowds turned up for the supporters. next up, a stop in prince edward island. they head to california, july 8th. >>> friends gathered in france to honor rock and roll icon jim morrison. hundreds met at his grave site in paris to mark 40 years since his passing. his former doors band members paid tribute to him by lighting candles at his grave site. fans say there was no better way to honor him. >> really someone special. i've never done anything like this before. we came all the way from england. this is the only reason we came here toda
by the u.s. census bureau. using its international database, it projects india to be the most populace nation by the year 2050. take a look at this. they are expecting that india will have 1.6 billion people by 2050, that would make china number two, by the way. i'll show you what china is expected to look like. china would be number two, would be holding steady with about 1.3 billion people. where would the u.s. be? the united states, let me show you that, the united states would grow to about 423 million people by 2050. one of the biggest gains will be number four, this one i'm sure is going to surprise you, nigeria, likely to be the fourth most pew pew his country with 402 million people. look at ethiopia, caught my attention, will be, give that to you, will grow to about 278 million people. putting it into the top ten for the first time. now, those are gainers. let's look at losers. biggest loser, russia would drop from number nine right now to number 16, declining birth rates in that country, relatively low life expectancies to blame. it's just 62 years, by the way, life expectanc
to be at least in part india should have likened them into human beings. so again, take homosexuality out of it. he's got this whole narrative about his mother's mental illness come a whole narrative about the woman who helps to put all these things manning builds. what he gives us is malcolm does not like women. maybe this is, maybe it's not, but the big issue is malcolm think someone can sit down and shut at. i.t. is becoming more of a gender democrat, but the part of that is one also has to have ethical and personal liking for women, that it can't be just an exclusively political. but to me, the sexual and erotic is standing in for the political and theological. i've got to say, i found -- i mean, i couldn't agree more about this issue of separating malcolm little from malcolm x dement themed attorney at malcolm x been one that's not just about race, but also about gender. i find precisely what you describe, melissa, as this place in which there is a kind of focus on men and the ideas of men to the exclusion to be like ho-hum in the sense that that is the space in which most powers exercised
.s., but there are native indigenous people that are being rise -- viz rated all over the world. india has some being hunted down more or less, and native indians in brazil, even in afghanistan, they call the areas where they are doing all the bombing, they are tribal areas, and i wondered if you could just speak to the fact that indigenous people all over the world are under attack, and is there some way that we can get this out into the press so understand that this should be stopped immediately. >> guest: well, what you're saying is true. i was just in norway, and i did a performance with asami person and a woman from india. she's a naga, that's the name of their indigenous nation under attack by the burmese, and i think what it is is there's always the land hunger, the need -- taking over for land, and the indoing nows people are -- indigenous people are vulnerable because they're in isolated areas or places they were sent that suddenly have resources available that others want. for instance, chevron has in, i think, it's costa rica has just covered the people, the land, the water, and the animals in oi
india. piles of gold, silver and precious gems set to be worth, get this, $11 billion. the treasure was found in a vault underneath the temple, some of which hadn't been opened in 150 years. descendants of a former royal family run the temple, and the fortune may have been stashed by a former king. as you said, it's enough to make indiana jones jealous. >> indiana johns, trying to get the crew to believe here. thanks so much, mary snow. have a good fourth of july, the rest of it, anyway. >> thank you so much. >> you bet. >> republicans on parade, most of the gop presidential candidates are spending this holiday with voters and key battleground states. a look at the politics and patriotism. a murder suspect taunts police saying meet him for brufrp at his mexican hideout. [ male announcer ] this...is the network -- a network of possibilities. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, w
started their own three much previously. india, any calendar year 1944 when the germans produced 40,000 more points, the russians another 40,000, and britain produced 28,000, in that same year the united states produced no fewer than 98,000 warplanes, almost as much as the rest of the world put together. it's an unpaid bill country. it was obviously an act of lunatic hubris to have declared war against you, and it was done for ideological reasons. equally, the complete coordination with japan is an astonishing -- in hitler's strategic vision. had the japanese attacked from the east at the same time that he was attacking from the west in june 1941, there's a good chance that in october of that year the 16 siberian divisions would not have been able to have rolled across the euros to defend moscow at that key moment. only 16, 1941, stalin had his personal train made ready to take him back to katzenberg or even further back, just imagine the demoralization if that would have gotten out. if the germans got within 40 miles of the moscow subway system, it was incredibly close. up in the n
bases in india, burma and china she immediately volunteered. she didn't care where she went, as long as she got to go and there was a man shortage and a newly formed oss was woefully understaffed. it is important i think to remember that when you think of the oss, you generally think about this paramilitary and guerrilla operations. they get all the glory. you know you think of grainy images of agents parachuting behind enemy lines but the fact of the matter is of the 13,000 employees, about 4500 of which were women, the vast majority spent their time writing reports, collecting and analyzing information, and planning missions. so the fact that many of the oss's unorthodox activities could be conducted from behind a desk meant that women could he equally as effective. and so while the majority of women did remain in washington, helping to support the oss far-flung missions, a very small percentage went overseas, and an even tinier percentage ever went into active operations. but the small percentage that did go overseas, like jane, like chile and betty, they carried out their assignm
, what is it? is it's favoritism on behalf of parliament for the shareholders of the east india tea company. so there's the government being oppressive, the parliament, and i think it's important to understand what the revolution was about for many ordinary patriots was this effort to set up governments of their own, that their problem was that their governments lacked the power to protect the people and promote their prosperity. and that to understand the movement solely as anti-government is to understand it really halfway and partly from the point of view of the most well-to-do who are always the ones who can do without less government and not from the point of view of the many people who actually made the revolution happen. [applause] >> thank you. thank you, barbara clark smith. our next author is john ragosta. >> thank you, tatiana, thank you all for coming. i got started on this project several years back when i was live anything culpepper county, about an hour north of here. and being in culpepper, i became interest inside the cull pepper minutemen, some ofback rah's ordinar
india or china. >>> roger says the same with sketchers in fact. >> just about all the sneakers you buy are imported the only brand made in the usa is new balance 30% of the shoes are made in the us. >>> as we dig through their closet we continue to discover just how rare an american owned and stocked store is. >> jc pennys american store. >> yes, it is. >> everything made by them all their products american. >> well, the company is american owned they have a mix of american and foreign product. >>> look for made in america usa label be forewarned some times you will have a made in usa piece of clothing produced for a foreign company so you are supporting american jobs, sure but a foreign company is reaping the profits and tax base like gilden a canadian company that operates here in the u.s. >>> how many of these are made in america. >> it is doubtful any of these will be made in the usa. >> this orlando magic hat, made in vietnam for adidas made this china. >> a lot of hats come from china it is cheap to make them your ucf hat is made in vietnam. >> tell me my boy scout hat is made in
is with the reasons. when i was in some area in india where the malaria mosquito -- out of fear, there were questions. necessary. emotional system is such. more self-centered attitude here, more fear, more anxiety, more stress. >> they need you to project your voice. >> i think this should be sufficient. there are two levels of fear. one fear is with reasons. when a mad dog comes ready to bite, if you are still meditating compassion, it is rather foolish. [laughter] another kind of fear is protection. when you talk of fear, it is a bottled emotion. there are many other emotions. fehr -- fear -- selfish is part of our nature. without that, we would be like a robot. we cannot survive. therefore, we are selfish. wise selfish is much better than foolish selfish. it brings more fear. more suspicion. this unnecessary source of suspicion, it is based on the distressed, selfishness. -- this trust, selfishness. brotherhood, sisterhood. everybody wants happiness. i am one of them. the more the rest of the community is healthy, i get more happiness. there is no way to gain maximum benefit to oneself for getting
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